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The Maughan Library is the main research library of King’s College London.

A Gothic Revival Tour of London – London Flux

Close-up of Gothic revival architecture of the houses of parliament, a landmark building in central London and home to the House of Lords and the House of Commons.

Close-up of Gothic revival architecture of the houses of parliament, a landmark building in central London and home to the House of Lords and the House of Commons.

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Knightshayes

Knightshayes

House of Lords building - UK Parliament ~ built in the perpendicular Gothic style, designed by Sir Charles Barry; with ornate Pugin designed interiors

Members of the House of Lords conduct their day to day business against a backdrop of grand neo-Gothic architecture and ornate Pugin designed interiors. The Palace of Westminster is shared with the House of Commons.

St Pancras Station 7

Stunning Photographs of London Architecture.

Royal Courts of justice  Sculpture on the Strand - Bob Speel's Website

Royal Courts of justice Sculpture on the Strand - Bob Speel's Website

Strawberry Hill House in Twickenham, London,  England is a Gothic Revival villa built by Horace Walpole from 1749. Open to the public

Strawberry Hill House Walpole in Twickenham, London, England is a Gothic Revival villa built by Horace Walpole from Open to the public Romantic

Law Courts Fleet Street

Stunning Photographs of London Architecture.

Law Courts Fleet Street

Stunning Photographs of London Architecture.

Knightshayes, a National Trust-owned house. It’s a wonderful example of Gothic Revival architecture,designed by William Burges. The house has a complex history of design which makes it particularly interesting: Burges was commissioned to design the house in 1869 by Sir John Heathcoat Amory, and completed the exterior by 1874. Burges, inspired by Pugin’s work and writing, and eccentric friend of the Pre-Raphaelites, was deeply immersed in the medieval aesthetic,

Knightshayes, a National Trust-owned house. It’s a wonderful example of Gothic Revival architecture,designed by William Burges. The house has a complex history of design which makes it particularly interesting: Burges was commissioned to design the house in 1869 by Sir John Heathcoat Amory, and completed the exterior by 1874. Burges, inspired by Pugin’s work and writing, and eccentric friend of the Pre-Raphaelites, was deeply immersed in the medieval aesthetic,

Law Courts - Fleet Street

Photographs of London Architecture. Available as framed or unframed art prints, as canvases or in other finishes.

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